Bentley Flying Spur gets reimagined as a Shooting Brake vehicle
Crossover SUVs are popular throughout the entire world, and you will be challenged to find a car manufacturer that doesn’t have at least a few of them on offer. Bentley, for instance, has the luxury-laden Bentayga. Apparently, this was not enough for Tamas Samok, a designer from Hungary also known as X-Tomi, who felt like designing a more elegant alternative to the bulky SUV. What you see here are virtual 3D sketches, but they are impressive, nonetheless.
The artist took a 3D model of the Bentley Flying Spur sedan/saloon and extended its rear end, essentially turning it into an estate/wagon. He called the result the Bentley Flying Spur Station Wagon. We think that it actually looks quite well-balanced and appealing, and manages to maintain the elegance, practicality, and trademark style of the British luxury marque. It is a shame that we won’t be seeing this Bentley hit mass production, though.
The next-gen Flying Spur uses the same basic architecture and chassis as the Porsche Panamera and comes with four-wheel steering for the first time in the history of the marque.
Photo: X-Tomi Design
Reporter Artem Sukhanov
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